Adverse effects associated with long-term linezolid use included bone marrow suppression and peripheral and optic neuropathy.
What does BMS stand for?
BMS stands for Bone Marrow Suppression
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Samples in periodicals archive:
3], and that frequent peripheral blood cell counts should be performed to monitor occurrence of bone marrow suppression.
During their stay in the hospital, investigations revealed that they were suffering from bone marrow suppression which caused severe reduction of white cell counts and platelets in most of these patients.
Unfortunately, as Lassen (a colleague of Bjorn Ibsen's) and colleagues reported in 1956, prolonged use of nitrous oxide could cause bone marrow suppression, and even fatal aplastic anemia.
Cefepime induced bone marrow suppression is a possibility that resolves with its discontinuation and responds to G-CSF.
The privately held company develops anti-cancer therapies, treatments for chemotherapy-related bone marrow suppression and drugs to manage transplant rejection.
When you deliver chemotherapy in the standard fashion, you have to wait three to four weeks between cycles before you can treat patients again because of the bone marrow suppression and the low blood cell counts that result," explains Gwynn Long, assistant professor of medicine.
Some people getting the higher dose developed bone marrow suppression and other serious zidovudine-related side effects, says NIAID's Daniel F.